Client: Georgian Bay General Hospital
Location: Midland, Ontario
Building Type: Health Care
Contract: Lump Sum
This project consisted of the fitup of a 7,600 SF newly constructed shell building, to facilitate the relocation of the Georgian Bay General Hospital’s dialysis unit, to serve as a satellite location. This new facility contains nine dialysis bays, including one segregated room with a separate washroom. All of the bay areas are observable by staff from two care desks. The design of this facility has made provision for future expansion, with the capability to add three more stations with roughed in services in two consult rooms and one exam room.
The configuration of this space includes a front-of-house area for staff and patients, as well as a back-of-house area for staff with additional service space for a reverse osmosis water system, heating, ventilation and air conditioning room, and tech room to house three more stations worth of dialysis equipment. This state-of-the-art medical building features new infection control technologies incorporating UVC lights into washrooms and soiled utility rooms.
This shell facility received a new roof top air handling unit as well as a 80 KW on grade diesel powered emergency backup generator.